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Showing 6 articles from February 9, 2018.

Clinical

Changing The Way We Look At Dementia
Changing The Way We Look At Dementia

"Dementia Friends" began just over a year ago under the auspices of Dementia Friendly America

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UCF College of Medicine/HCA Consortium Announces New Anesthesiology Residency Program
UCF College of Medicine/HCA Consortium Announces New Anesthesiology Residency Program

The partnership is now training about 250 residents in Gainesville, Ocala and greater Orlando and expects to add a total of 600 residency slots to the state by 2020

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Regulatory

Upsurge Of Suburban Poor Discover Health Care's Nowhere Land
Upsurge Of Suburban Poor Discover Health Care's Nowhere Land

Suburbs in the United States, often perceived as enclaves of the affluent, are home to nearly 17 million Americans who live in poverty

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Grand Rounds

Florida Companies on Growth Watchlist
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Healthy Eatonville Place Programs Significantly Improve Health of Community Participants
Healthy Eatonville Place Programs Significantly Improve Health of Community Participants

Twenty-four percent of Eatonville's residents had diabetes -- nearly three times the national average -- when Healthy Eatonville Place opened in 2014

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Podcasts

'What The Health?' There's A Really Big Health Bill In That Budget Deal
'What The Health?' There's A Really Big Health Bill In That Budget Deal

The bipartisan budget deal that passed Congress this week includes enough health policy changes to keep reporters and analysts busy for months. In addition to renewing funding for Community Health Centers for two more years, the bill extends funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program for four years beyond the six approved last month; repeals the controversial (but never implemented) Independent Payment Advisory Board for Medicare and permanently repeals Medicare's caps on certain types of outpatient therapy. Also, the final enrollment numbers for individual insurance purchased under the Affordable Care Act came out this week. Spoiler: They are higher than most analysts expected.

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